Transition from Treatment

Congratulations, you’ve completed treatment. Now the real work begins. The challenge of learning to live life sober, while returning to day-to-day responsibilities, can be overwhelming. Statistically, many individuals relapse in the first weeks after treatment. The assistance of a recovery coach can reduce the odds of relapse. It provides you with a support person you are accountable to and helps you to increase your recovery capital.

Recovery capital is the quantity and quality of internal and external resources that one can bring to bear on the initiation and maintenance of recovery from a life-disordering condition. Recovery capital is the means that an individual can draw from to maintain sobriety. Recovery capital is the quality of an individual’s life, their home or family life, the status of their work life, their financial security and their physical or mental health. Having recovery capital increases the likelihood that an individual will maintain sobriety.


Initial assessment: $125

Monthly commitment: includes four 50 minute in-person or Skype sessions (depending on location); once weekly half-hour check-in phone call; and several texts/emails per week to check on progress: $500

In-person meetings or Skype sessions only: $100